THE COUNTY MANAGER of Roscommon County Council has ‘utterly rejected’ allegations that he ‘sorted out’ an incident where local TD Luke ‘Ming’ Flanagan had two penalty points removed from his driving licence.Frank Dawson said he assumed he was the official to which Flanagan was referring to in the Dáil last night when he explained the circumstances under which two offences, for using his mobile phone while on Oireachtas business, including one occasion when he was travelling to a council meeting in December 2011.Flanagan said he had mentioned his incident to a ‘senior council official’, who later called him to say he had “sorted out my penalty points issue for me”.In a statement this afternoon, Dawson said he assumed he was the official involved “as he did mention in a conversation with me in December 2010 [sic] that he was stopped by An Garda Siochana for using a mobile phone whilst driving, outside the Council offices.”“I utterly reject his allegations that I ‘sorted out his penalty points issue for him’,” Dawson said, saying he would “take all necessary steps to protect my good name and reputation”.Today I am forwarding my account of this matter to the Assistant Commissioner of An Garda Siochana in charge of the investigation. In this context it would not be appropriate to comment any further at this time.Dawson had been due to travel to the United States for the St Patrick’s Day festivities, as part of a council delegation, but is understood to now be remaining in Ireland.Column: ‘Ming’ case demonstrates a profound misunderstanding of parliamentary privilegeRead: Ming: I want my penalty points backMore: Wallace: Ming should have accepted quashed penalty points
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Le Grenelle des ondes dévoile son premier état des lieuxUn rapport publié hier et faisant suite au Grenelle des ondes établit un premier état des lieux de l’exposition aux ondes dans neuf quartiers pilotes. Il donne également certaines recommandations concernant l’implantation de nouvelles antennes relais. Publié hier, le rapport a été rédigé par le député de l’Isère François Brottes, président du Comité opérationnel (Comop), installé après la table ronde du Grenelle des ondes organisée en 2009. Cet état des lieux “a montré des niveaux d’exposition entre 0,1 et 5 Volt/mètre alors que les valeurs limites réglementaires sont de 41V/m”, ont relevé les ministères de l’Ecologie et de l’Industrie où le rapport a été déposé.Les ministères reconnaissent toutefois l’existence de quelques zones “atypiques, où l’exposition est sensiblement plus élevée que la moyenne, tout en restant inférieure aux valeurs limites”. Ils précisent que “ces points atypiques doivent justifier un traitement spécifique”, en relevant que des simulations montrent qu’il est possible de réduire l’exposition “sans dégradation significative de la couverture”.A Paris, dans le XIVème arrondissement, le niveau d’exposition maximal mesuré “sur un des points les plus exposés” est de 5,86 volts par mètre et à Courbevoie, il atteint 8,01 volts par mètre, indique le rapport. Les autres mesures ont été effectuées dans le XVème arrondissement parisien et dans les villes de Grenoble (Isère), de Thiers (Puy-de-Dôme), de Kruth (Haut-Rhin), de Grand Champ (Morbihan), de Brest (Finistère) et de Cannes (Alpes-Maritimes), rapporte TV5monde.Un réseau moins bien couvert À lire aussi3G dans le métro, un danger pour la santé ?Pourtant, contrairement à ce qu’affirment les ministères, les simulations d’abaissement de puissance des antennes relais jusqu’à 0,6 volts par mètre qui ont été effectuées à Paris XIVème, à Grenoble et à Grand Champ, ont entraîné la détérioration de la couverture du réseau respectivement de 82%, de 44% et de 37% à l’intérieur des bâtiments. D’autres expérimentations doivent néanmoins être menées dans certains des quartiers pilotes cet automne.M. Brottes recommande ainsi dans le rapport de mettre à disposition des villes pilotes, la “boîte à outils” élaborée par le Comop pour améliorer la concertation autour des projets d’implantation d’antennes relais. Il est également recommandé de mettre “effectivement en place, dès 2012”, le dispositif instauré par les lois de Grenelle permettant à toute personne de faire mesurer gratuitement “le niveau des champs magnétiques dans son logement à proximité d’une antenne relais”. Autre recommandation importante : “engager des travaux de simulation sur l’impact d’antennes 4G”.Le 1 septembre 2011 à 13:53 • Maxime Lambert
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Juan Hidalgo Jr. on his fight for the 51st. District September 25, 2018 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The two people running for the congressional seat in 51st District are incumbent Juan Vargas and Juan Hidalgo Jr.The Republican candidate Juan Hidalgo Jr. joined us in-studio with more on his campaign. KUSI Newsroom, Posted: September 25, 2018 KUSI Newsroom Categories: Local San Diego News, Politics Tags: Decision 2018 FacebookTwitter
Lifeguard Carter Coval got an award Tuesday night for rescuing a 5-year-old boy from drowning at a Hazel Dell pool in December.Fire District 6 Chief Jerry Green lauded Coval, 17, for being calm in a stressful situation and using his water rescue skills. During the district’s fire commissioner meeting at the Hazel Dell fire station, Green recalled what happened that Friday night, Dec. 27, when firefighters were called to Lakeshore Athletic Club for a near-drowning.Coval had seen a boy floating facedown in the pool. He asked another swimmer to nudge the boy, and when the boy didn’t respond, Coval jumped in to pull him out of the water. The boy was unconscious, had blue lips and was foaming at the mouth and nose.While another lifeguard called 911, Coval found that the boy didn’t have a pulse and wasn’t breathing. Coval performed CPR and then performed rescue breathing after he noticed the boy had regained his pulse. When the boy started to cough up fluids, Coval put him in a recovery position on his side. The boy, named Luke, regained consciousness about a minute before paramedics arrived.Luke recovered well and wanted to go swimming again that weekend. His parents said Tuesday that they will invest in swimming lessons for the boy.Coval’s parents and Luke’s family clapped as Coval accepted the award.Coval has been working as a lifeguard at the athletic club for about a year. He said the experience made him realize how temporary life can be.
Gov. Bill Walker’s plan to solve the $4 billion deficit has cuts, taxes, and a lower Permanent fund payment. He is also not without his critics. (Photo by Jeremy Hsieh/KTOO)Governor Bill Walker’s plan to solve the state’s 4 billion dollar budget deficit has it all- budget cuts, new taxes and lower Permanent Fund Dividend payments in the years ahead. But his approach has plenty of critics in the legislature. What do you think? Join host Lori Townsend for a discussion on the state budget on the next Talk of Alaska statewide.Download AudioHOST: Lori TownsendGUESTS:Alaska Governor Bill WalkerAlaska Lt. Governor Byron MallottStatewide callersParticipate:Call 550-8422 (Anchorage) or 1-800-478-8255 (statewide) during the live broadcastPost your comment before, during or after the live broadcast (comments may be read on air).Send email to talk [at] alaskapublic [dot] org (comments may be read on air)LIVE Broadcast: Tuesday, April 5, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. on APRN stations statewide.SUBSCRIBE: Get Talk of Alaska updates automatically by email, RSS or podcast.
Hyderabad: The Second batch of Medical Graduates (batch of 2013) from the Apollo Medical College passed out and received their degrees at a convocation ceremony on Friday. Chief Guest Prof B M Hegde, former Vice-Chancellor, Manipal University, presented the MBBS Degree Certificates to 94 graduate students.Prof Hegde said, “The biggest challenge doctors face is keeping themselves abreast of the advances in the medical field. Every month 7% new knowledge is added to the medical field and any one not in tune with the change for even six months will find himself out of place, so…medical professionals must always strive to learn of the latest developments in their fields.”
Prime minister Sheikh HasinaThe incumbent Awami League is heading for record consecutive third term in the 11th general election due on 30 December, says a report published in The Guardian on Thursday.The British newspaper says, “Bangladeshis will vote on Sunday on whether to grant a record third consecutive term to a prime minister who has overseen one of the fastest growing economies in the world, but whose government is accused of rampant human rights abuses.”Terming the election campaign as ‘bloody’, the article referred that the opposition activists have described the campaign as the most stifled in the 47 years.The report said scores of opposition figures including Hasina’s major rival, Khaleda Zia, have been jailed or disappeared in the months leading to the election.“Police harassment of opposition activists has reached unprecedented levels,” The Guardian quoted Jatiya Oikya Front leader Kamal Hossain as saying.Kamal Hossain told The Guardian that around 70 candidates of the opposition parties were too afraid to campaign in their constituencies after a spate of attacks on rallies and party offices by armed thugs.The report also referred to the attack on Kamal Hossain’s motorcade on 14 December.Two members of the Awami League were killed in the opening days of the campaign and dozens of supporters of both parties have been injured in scuffles and clashing rallies, said the report.The international election monitors and press freedom groups have complained of unnecessary delays in issuing visas, according to The Guardian.The report also said the ruling Awami League has framed an estimated 300,000 cases against the major opposition BNP and arrested thousands of its members in the run up to the election.The report, however, praises the economic development Bangladesh has made in last decade and said PM Hasina is hoping that the voters would focus on extraordinary economic progress the country made in last one decade.If the voting is free, the grievances shown by the people during recent safe road movement and quota reform movement might make an impact in voting, the report says.“Despite the buoyant balance sheet, the capital, Dhaka, has been shut down twice this year by protests that some analysts say are evidence of a wider malaise, which could be registered at the ballot boxes if Sunday’s voting is unimpeded,” the report reads.The report also quoted Bangladesh Enterprise Institute’s research director Shahab Enam Khan as saying that the road safety movement in August was stoked by popular outrage at unsafe driving and a wider culture of impunity. “Public security issues in terms of law and order, how the law is being enforced, whether people have confidence in the judiciary, will be determinate,” Shahab quoted as saying.The report also said that the Bangladesh government was earlier accused of trampling human rights referring to a rise in enforced disappearance and crackdown on anti-narcotics drive which saw around alleged narcotics trader dead.
A student of Dhaka University’s political science department has been suffering from dengue for last 10 days. He is being treated at the university’s medical centre. Photo: Prothom AloThe authorities of Dhaka University have shut down dengue fever detection activities following a shortage of kits.On the other hand, eight more students were diagnosed with the mosquito-transmitted virus dengue taking the toll to so far 21 on the second day (Thursday) of the dengue test, making a huge outcry among the student communities on the campus.The university’s chief medical officer (CMO) Sarwar Jahan said that the Dhaka University jointly with Bangladesh Association of Clinical Biochemists had begun the initiative of detecting dengue patients.The physicians at the university medical centre, he added, identified 13 dengue patients among 168 students on the first day (Wednesday) of the test while eight more were diagnosed on Thursday.“The dengue test activities were shut down for weekend (Friday and Saturday). The activities will remain closed for Monday as well due to a shortage of test kits,” Sarwar Jahan added.The associate organisation has said that they are out of kits, said Sarwar adding, “When contacted, the government departments concerned also said no kits would be available before 6 August.”Earlier on 26 July, Dhaka University’s finance department student Firoz Kabir died of dengue fever that panicked the entire student community on the campus.Following the outcry, the authorities decided to test dengue among the university students.
Kolkata: West Bengal Radio Club (WBRC), an organisation of ham radio enthusiasts in the state, helped to reunite two Bihar residents —a nonagenarian man and an elderly woman— with their families on Monday. These two elderly persons went missing after they got estranged from their respective groups at Gangasagar Mela.A teacher recently saw the woman wandering aimlessly on the road in the hot and humid weather in Kakdwip. When he asked what her name was and inquired about her identity, the woman started fumbling names of Gods and Goddesses. The man took her home and after offering her food he informed his family doctor about the matter. The doctor advised him to contact the West Bengal Radio Club as he knew that a number of missing persons had been reunited with their families by the radio enthusiasts. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: Mamata”We have been successful in reuniting missing persons with their families. When we were contacted with the photograph of the woman, we circulated it in our network and managed to trace her address in Bihar,” said secretary of WBRC Ambarish Nag Biswas.One of her family member in Bihar said the woman lived with her sister in Rajasthan about two years back and turned up at the Gangasagar Mela in Sagar Islands with a group. The woman’s daughter came to Kakdwip along with other family members from Bihar and took her home. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateThe elderly person was spotted near the Bakkhali sea beach a few days ago by a civil defence volunteer Subhankar Mondal whose job is to ensure that no one is present on the beach at the night. After the beach was vacated the elderly was found loitering near the beach. The matter was reported to the SDO and the intervention of WBRC was sought. The local panchayat office provided him food and shelter and the ham radio enthusiasts circulated his photograph in their network and traced his address. They found that the man belongs to Sheikpura in Bihar. His brother Ashok Sha turned up on Monday at the panchayat office and the elderly person was handed over to him in presence of officer in charge of Bakkhali Coastal Police station Goutam Biswas.
For five centuries, the Belgian monks of the Grimbergen abbey proudly brewed their own beer–until anti-Catholic French troops ransacked the brewery and smashed their equipment in 1798. But the abbey’s emblem is a phoenix with the Latin motto “Ardet nec consumitur,” meaning “Burned but not destroyed,” and they weren’t going to give up forever. As of May 2019, the beer of these Belgian monks is preparing to flow again, as the monks are rediscovering and resurrecting the historic recipes and instructions from their archives. “Brewing and religious life always came together,” said Karel, one of 11 Norbertine canons living in the abbey.Monk stands in front of Grimbergen Abbey. Photo by Lennen Descamps CC BY-SA 3.0The monks are determined to rediscover their expertise. “For us, it’s important to look to the heritage, to the tradition of the fathers for brewing beer because it was always here,” Father Karel Stautemas said in an interview with Reuters.“The Grimbergen name already appears on Belgian beer, thanks to licensing deals with two commercial breweries: Carlsberg brews Grimbergen beers for the international market, while Heineken-owned Alken-Maes brews for the domestic market in Belgium,” according to Reuters. “The abbey gets part of those profits; now it wants to get directly involved in making the beer.”Grimbergen blonde. Photo by Ludovic Péron CC BY-SA 3.0Marc-Antoine Sochon, who is an expert at Carlsberg, will reportedly be the project’s brewmaster. “We will keep the same yeast, which will bring all the fruitiness and spiciness and we will start to dig into more innovations, such as barrel-ageing, dry-hopping,” Sochon said, adding special edition batches could be just 60 hectolitres. The project, Carlsberg financed, will focus on locally produced crops. The abbey has planted hops in its garden to prepare.Inside Grimbergen Abbey. Photo by Lennen Descamps CC BY-SA 3.0Reuters also reported that the Grimbergen’s monks will follow the rules of Belgium’s Trappist beer makers, even though they are not a Trappist order, requiring them to brew within the abbey walls, control the brewing, and steer profits toward maintaining the abbey and supporting charitable causes. Some of the books saved from the marauding French in the abbey’s library date back to the 12th century. Those that dealt with brewing beer are in Latin and Old Dutch, so clearly some updating will be required.Grimbergen beer. Photo by Lennen Descamps CC BY-SA 3.0“We’ve spent hours leafing through the books,” Father Karel said, “and have discovered ingredient lists for beers brewed in previous centuries, the hops used, the types of barrels and bottles, and even a list of the actual beers produced centuries ago.” Before its library was destroyed, the abbey’s monks desperately knocked a hole in a wall and that was the means for protecting the books. The abbey itself was rebuilt.Related Video:For centuries, Grimbergen Abbey has been associated with the symbol of a phoenix, said NPR. Its monks adopted the mythical animal as part of their coat of arms in 1629, after rebuilding the abbey following an earlier period of religious strife. An estimated 30,000 priests were exiled from France following the societal upheavals of the late 18th century. By 1794, France’s churches and religious orders were being closed down and religious worship suppressed. Some priests went into hiding. On Feb. 18, 1793, the Convention voted a prize of 100 livres to any citizen who turned in a priest.Related Article: The World’s Oldest Continuously Operated Brewery Nears its 1,000th BirthdayBy the spring of 1794, almost none of France’s 40,000 churches were open. Many abbeys and nunneries had been wrecked. Napoleon Bonaparte displayed respect for the Pope and as he rose in power, the anti-Catholic measures were no longer enforced.To find out more please visit grimbergenbeer.com.Nancy Bilyeau, a former staff editor at Entertainment Weekly, Rolling Stone, and InStyle, has written a trilogy of historical thrillers for Touchstone Books. Her new book, The Blue, is a spy story set in the 18th-century porcelain world. For more information, go to www.nancybilyeau.com
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